The roll continues

The Cats scored 23 points off of six Oregon turnovers and the Wildcats dominated the Ducks 37-10, winning in Autzen stadium for the first time in 20 years.

Chris Henry ran for a career high 191 yards and a pair of scores, but also added a 21-yard touchdown catch.

The Cats played much of the game without Willie Tuitama who left the game for precautionary reasons, but was stellar before he left. The sophomore was 8-9 for 120 yards and a pair of touchdowns.

Adam Austin spelled Tuitama, was not sharp but did lead the Cats to 16 points.

Oregon started out strong, marching down to the Wildcat 10 before the defense stiffened and forcing the Ducks to a 27-yard field goal.

The Wildcats then scored the next two touchdowns. Henry got his first score on a 15-yard scamper and then Tuitama found a wide open Earl Mitchell.

An eight-yard Jeremiah Johnson run got the Ducks within four, but that would be as close as they would get.

Arizona scored the final 23 points, including two Henry touchdowns while only throwing five passes.

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